Adam Horowitz and Cell Phone Treasure

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Hi,

This post is in response to a question I just received as a private message. Someone asked if they could join our network and be accepted without any prior mobile advertising experience. This person bought a course by Adam Horowitz.

We have had several people take Horowitz's course and then come to us to be affiliates. In our experience, these individuals are well-meaning and want to succeed, but the Cell Phone Treasure course simply do not give the information and skills necessary to do well in the mobile marketing arena.

My warning would be to steer clear of anything that Adam Horowitz offers. However, if anyone out there has managed to succeed with his help, I would love to hear about it.
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  • Profile picture of the author williamrs
    I don't know Cell Phone Treasure, but I took a look on Mobile Monopoly and, honestly, it was a joke. So I have to agree with you, people should look for better resources in order to get started in the mobile arena.


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  • Profile picture of the author sey3rd
    Originally Posted by tsbberlin View Post

    Hi,

    This post is in response to a question I just received as a private message. Someone asked if they could join our network and be accepted without any prior mobile advertising experience. This person bought Adam Horowitz's course, Cell Phone Treasure.

    We have had several people take Horowitz's course and then come to us to be affiliates. In our experience, these individuals are well-meaning and want to succeed, but the Cell Phone Treasure course simply do not give the information and skills necessary to do well in the mobile marketing arena.

    My warning would be to steer clear of anything that Adam Horowitz offers. However, if anyone out there has managed to succeed with his help, I would love to hear about it.
    Why would you reply to my private message on a public thread on a forum? My message wasn't meant for public consumption. Luckily, I stumbled upon your public reply of my private message.

    What kind of rep are you? Is this the type of service one can expect from Sponsormob?

    Also, can you read? I stated that I had taken Adam Horwitz's course - Mobile Monopoloy. No mention was made a Cell Phone Treasure. You advise people to steer clear of anything Adam Horwitz offers, but you don't tell why.

    To tell the truth, I could care less about what you think about Adam Horwitz. The basic premise of my private message to you was to find out what qualifications would be necessary to join Sponsormob and you failed to address that concern.

    Why would anyone want to join Sponsormob if one of their reps cannot advise as to what it will take to get accepted in the network?
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    • Profile picture of the author tsbberlin
      Hi,

      No offense was intended, and the only reason a public post was made was because I had no other way of contacting you (as per the rule that you have at least 50 posts in order to PM people). My options were thus either to ignore the question or post it. If privacy were your concern, then the best option would have been to simply read the answer and move on. No names or user names were mentioned.

      Regarding the exact course, my apologies for the mistake, but if you have looked at our post about the Adam Horowitz, then you will see that he does not train people well enough to succeed. It is as simple as that. There is nothing wrong with him creating and selling an ebook, but there should be a disclaimer (and perhaps there is one?) that the content will not necessarily teach all one needs to know about mobile marketing.

      Furthermore, it is often the case that one person's question can help others, so honestly, a posting about a question from an anonymous user should not be threatening.

      Thanks!
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      • Profile picture of the author sey3rd
        Originally Posted by tsbberlin View Post

        Hi,

        No offense was intended, and the only reason a public post was made was because I had no other way of contacting you (as per the rule that you have at least 50 posts in order to PM people). My options were thus either to ignore the question or post it. If privacy were your concern, then the best option would have been to simply read the answer and move on. No names or user names were mentioned.

        Regarding the exact course, my apologies for the mistake, but if you have looked at our post about the Adam Horowitz, then you will see that he does not train people well enough to succeed. It is as simple as that. There is nothing wrong with him creating and selling an ebook, but there should be a disclaimer (and perhaps there is one?) that the content will not necessarily teach all one needs to know about mobile marketing.

        Furthermore, it is often the case that one person's question can help others, so honestly, a posting about a question from an anonymous user should not be threatening.

        Thanks!

        First of all, I have as many posts as you and I was able to send you a PM. Why couldn't you send me a PM? No need to make excuses.

        Now, lets take Adam Horwitz out of the equation.

        All I really wanted to know is if any prior Mobile Marketing experience is needed to get accepted in Sponsormob?

        I was hoping that you could at least lead me in the right direction.
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